The name Chinese checkers originated in the United States, as a marketing scheme by Bill and Jack Pressman in 1928. The Pressman company`s game was originally called Hop Ching Checkers...
Move the blue marbles from the blue to the green base. You and your opponent (the computer) take turns to move. To move a blue marble, click on it and drag. You can move a marble to an adjacent Space. A marble can jump over another marble. After jumping over one marble, a marble can jump over another. A marble cannot move on its own to a base other than its own or the goal base. However it can jump to another base if it then jumps out onto an allowed base immediately. Good luck!
Cost: 0 Credits
Highscore Game: No
In-Game Purchases: No